Little Feat Live at Shoreline Amphitheater on 1992-10-11
01. Intro > That Her, She's Mine
02. Fat Man In The Bathtub
03. Banter > Hate To Lose Your Lovin'*
04. Rad Gumbo
05. Down On The Farm (all Acoustic)
06. Texas Twister (with Acoustic Guitar)
07. Banter > Willin'# (with Acoustic guitar)
08. Cajun Girl (with Acoustic Guitar)
09. Banter > I Can't Be Satisfied > (with Acoustic Guitar) Hot Tamales (with Acoustic Guitar)
10. Oh Atlanta (with Acoustic Guitar)
11. Banter > Dixie Chicken^
12. Trumpet Solo > (Fred Tackett)
13. Dixie Chicken^ > Carlos Santana Guitar Solo > Paul Barrere on Acoustic Guitar > Dixie Chicken ^
Collection LittleFeatBand/Artist Little FeatVenue Shoreline AmphitheaterLocation Mountain View, CASource Schoeps MK4 w/ RBox @ 16bit/48KLineage Sony D7 > Edirol R-44 > Soundforge 10b, resample, to 16bit 44.1K and split tracks > TLH > FlacTaped by unknownTransferred by Happy Jack
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Billed as "Healing The Sacred Hoop - The Next 500 Years", this show was a benefit for the International Indian Treaty Council and featured additional performances by Bonnie Raitt, Todd Rundgren, Don Henley, Ry Cooder & David Lindley, Cris Williamson, and Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman
Bass - Kenny Gradney
Vocals & Drums - Richie Hayward
Vocals & Congas - Sam Clayton
Vocals & Keys - Bill Payne
Vocals & Acoustic Guitar - Paul Barrere
Vocals, Guitar & Trumpet - Fred Tackett
Guitar & Vocals - Craig Fuller
* - w/ Bonnie Raitt
# - w/ Jackson Browne
^ - w/ Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt & Jackson Browne
Happy Jack Notes 8-23-2010
Received 8-22-2010 from daspyknows
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January 15, 2014
This is an amazing set, and the sound quality is out of this world! I recorded most all the sets both days (stealth) up on the lawn with Nakamichi CM-300 CP-2 omnis >Sony WM-D6C. The difference in sound quality from the lawn compared to this recording from the 102 section (plus the better recording gear) is simply amazing!
I've looked for upgrades for these sets for YEARS. Thanks to whoever uploaded this.
The bass is clean and tight and the high end is well defined and smooth. Awesome Awesome Awesome!